March 16, 2009 03:06:22am
Top-40.org presents: Inna Breeze, symphonic poem "Stairway to Heaven"
Today modern classical music is almost completely cannibalized and repressed by avant-garde, dodecaphony and experimentalism. You can argue that as being a general rule, but the fact is that youth is only interested in orchestral music when it's something avantgarde, or something eclectic, or at least something experimental.
And that's why we're so delighted to offer you a piece of romantic, beautiful music, written in a fine tradition of classical composers of the 20th century. Symphonic poem “Stairway to Heaven” was written by famous Russian composer Inna Breeze. It was debuted by “Russian Philharmonia” Symphony Orchestra (conducted by Sergey Kondrashev) at Moscow Composers Centre in 2008 – and this recording is now available exclusively at top-40.org.Inna Breeze
Symphonic poem “Stairway to HeavenDownload mp3Download rar
Recorded live during the concert at Moscow Composers Centre (2008).
Performed by «Russian Philharmonia» Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Sergey Kondrashev.
Duration time — 24:33
Format — 320 kbps
File size — 58 MB
Though she worked in fields of symphonic, vocal, choral, chamber, theatrical, soundtrack music for many years, Inna is trying to avoid the establishment and extensive publicity. As Inna said about herself, “I'm making music in Russian traditions, by reexamining it on the modern level. I'm not afraid to be considered as commonplace, and that's why I'm welcoming the beautiful melody, positive mood and lack of internal conflicts”. But at the same time, Inna is also interested in some very modern genres of electronic music – she's a professional Theremin performer, for instance. Some of our early and long-time followers probably also remember mini-album “Silver Dreams
”, in which her piano tracks were remixed and electronically re-worked by Motor.
“Stairway to Heaven” is not dedicated to the famous Led Zeppelin's song. It's about ascension, the ascension of a whole life, the mysterious way leading all of us “there”. In the music the soul is uncovering itself, the music is waking the fantasy, but at the same time it's claiming attentive listening. Music uses abstract, figurative, sincere language. It's not necessary to judge it from the position of pure logic, you can rather feel it, believe it...
This post was modified by mayhnaus on 2009-03-16 09:44:58
This post was modified by mayhnaus on 2009-03-16 10:06:22